The Steinbach Pistons are excited to announce the commitment of Warren Clark to the NCAA Div 1 school St. Cloud State men’s hockey program!
Warren Clark is in his first season with the Steinbach Pistons and has made an impact right from the beginning. Clark has a strong offensive game as he has 17 points (3 goals and 14 assists) in 16 games to date. Warren has been a valuable asset for the Pistons as he is a major piece of the powerplay and generates offence but also plays well on the defensive side of the puck and locks down the backend.
“The Pistons have played a huge role in my development even with being here in such a short amount of time” Clark stated on his time in Steinbach so far. “Paul and the rest of the staff give all players the necessary tools needed to succeed and reach our team goals and personal goals as well. Another huge factor is the on-ice development provided to us. Our practices are very high paced and translate directly into our in-game systems and habits.”
Commenting on what lead him to commit to St. Cloud Clark stated, “personally I feel that St. Cloud recruits very differently than most universities. When I first began talking to the coaching staff at St. Cloud I instantly felt welcomed to the family as they were truly attempting to build a relationship with me as we got to know each other and would have conversations on a regular basis.” Talking further about St. Cloud Clark commented, “With that being said, their track record within college hockey speaks for itself as they are always a competitive program year after year and are also moving guys on to even higher levels as well. Another bonus is the facilities, fa base and culture that they have built and will continue to grow in time.”
“Warren has very good offensive instincts, puck skills and combine with his skating and size we feel he has a lot of upsides to his game. He has been able to adjust quickly to this level and we project further development this season” Head Coach and GM Paul Dyck commented on Clark’s play. “He is a player who is very comfortable with the puck on his tape at the offensive line, has good vision, shoots it well and this makes him an asset for us on the PP and assists with generating offence at even strength. He has made big strides with defending in our zone and that has been great to see.”
The Pistons congratulate Warren on his commitment and wish him all the best in his hockey endeavours!